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how to stop a exe from being executed? i mean on every execution of file the program should ask first if the user really want to do it.

i looked into DVI-Antivirus program written in autoit but it is not good because on first execution it gets the file path and info and then blocks it. otherwise it failed to stop the file from execution without any info. i hope someone or Dev will try to solve this problem soon.

Thanks,

WBR,


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No clue what you're talking about. xD

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like this program named X-Blocker

its description is:

You want secure files, applications or your system against unauthorized access, block Viruses, Trojans, make your system available to others but prevent them to use your personal data. Then you've found the solution for this assignment! X-Blocker will help you by all this assignments and offers you much more possibilities! Two examples: 1) In your family you've one Computer that your children uses too, but you don't want that the children use the Internet without your control. Now with X-Blocker it's no problem to prevent the access to the Internet! Just block all installed Webbrowsers and the access to the Internet will protected in your absence. 2) On your Business-Computer you've some applications that other people shouldn't use (e.g. your eMail Software). Sometimes you want take a break or you've a meeting but you dont want shutdown your computer everytime. Now with X-Blocker it's no problem protect access of your applications or your complete system against unauthorized access.

and like EXE LockDown...

its description is here:

Executable Lockdown protects PCâs by locking-down your existing "trusted" applications... All new executables, introduced via any media source. (physical or removable drives, network shares, USB drives, Internet ftp etc.) will not launch unless it is listed within your administrative "Allowed" executables list.

Exe lockdown acts as an executable white-list-filter. Itsâ small kernel mode driver, filters all executable files; regardless of its file extension

ie.exe .com .dll .drv .sys .dpl etc...

ENFORCE CORPORATE & EDUCATIONAL AUP'S

Exe Lockdown enforces employee/student authorized user policies for desktops and laptops with its unique and comprehensive white list of authorized applications. Exe Lockdown keeps students and employees on task by preventing the installation of applications such as Kazaa, Messenger and other applications that are deemed as unauthorized by your corporate acceptable user policy.

PREVENT IDENTITY THEFT

Public access settings are where identity thieves attempt to pre-install a key logger or some dangerous spyware application in an attempt to capture the personal and banking information from patrons... Exe Lockdown will stop them in their tracks! The bandits will not be able to launch any of their wares onto the PC... A system protected by Exe Lockdown insures users that no newly introduced application or executable can be launched. Therefore your customersâ privacy is protected.

PROACTIVE VIRUS, KEYLOGGERS & SPYWARE PROTECTION

Unlike traditional antivirus and spyware removal tools that require continual updates in order to ensure protection; Exe Lockdown provides proactive security from threats before they even have a chance to launch. The moment a virus executes it will be stopped cold â In its tracks.

Exe Lockdown supports the use of command-line for ease of large deployments etc.

Simply i want that all programs which are not running from @HomeDrive should be asked first to execute. if the user will click yes then it will run otherwise on cancel it will be not.


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That's exactly what JScripts, Detection and block of unknown processes does. It writes to the registry for the ext .exe to run his program. His program is the program that asks you: "Do you want to run this file"...

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That's exactly what JScripts, Detection and block of unknown processes does. It writes to the registry for the ext .exe to run his program. His program is the program that asks you: "Do you want to run this file"...

Yes, Right but it never blocks the program on first execution. it only stops it on next run. and it also makes list in file to check if the file is blocked or not, but i simply want to block all process ( not from @HomeDrive )can anyone help me in this situation.

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Dude you can enable this in windows to default action ask permission.... jeez.

Its on in vista by default, have to enable in XP.

and NO IM NOT TALKING ABOUT UAC

if your having a problem with crap I suggest malwarebytes & AVG

Both ( you have to pay for malwarebytes to do this) can run in the background and will take care of any crap as it happens.

Also spybot s&d SUCKS but does have a resident sheild that will prompt for any exe. and registry change.


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You can change the application that "opens applications" in the registry. Go to the following key: "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\open\command". Then change the "Default" value to the path to the program that you want to use to run your applications, such as:

"h:\myprog.exe" %1 %*

and myprog.exe contains:

$nRet = MsgBox(4, "Warning", "Would you like to run '" & $CmdLineRaw & "'?")
if ($nRet ==  6) Then
    Run($CmdLineRaw)
EndIf

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You can change the application that "opens applications" in the registry. Go to the following key: "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\open\command". Then change the "Default" value to the path to the program that you want to use to run your applications, such as:

and myprog.exe contains:

$nRet = MsgBox(4, "Warning", "Would you like to run '" & $CmdLineRaw & "'?")
if ($nRet ==  6) Then
    Run($CmdLineRaw)
EndIf
its awesome, thanks! i will try and post the result. thanks again for great help and support.

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